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It's true that RAW gives you more flexibility after the fact but for average users I believe JPEG is the way to go because the basic processing has already been done to get a good picture and the file size is a fraction of the RAW files.

I came across this article which is a decent comparison of the two files:

http://digital-photography-school.com/raw-vs-jpeg
 
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